two-storeyed building at Carisbrook School, Dunedin, is
stripped bare as part of the $5.6 million redevelopment which
will eventually allow the school to be amalgamated with the
former College Street School and the former Calton Hill
Principal Ben Sincock said a new six-classroom junior block
with a large learning space was now complete, and being used.
One of the school's three two-storeyed blocks, refurbished
earlier this year, was being used by senior pupils. All
pupils were now out of the three remaining blocks and stage 2
had begun, he said.
It would include the redevelopment of the school's two
remaining two-storeyed blocks, the creation of six new
learning areas, a new technology centre and a performing arts
''Everything is on track for two more blocks to open on
December 14 and the final block will open in late January
Mr Sincock said at the present rate of work, pupils from
Carisbrook Terraces (the former College Street School) would
be moved to the main school in Caversham in time for the
start of school next year.